This is known as the Fish Hooks Senecio or the String of Bananas. The Pickle Vine a popular type of hanging plant that forms a waterfall-like appearance because of its flexible leaves. The leaves are lined with blue-green curved banana shaped leaves.
Origin: South Africa and Namibia
Plant Type: Succulent
Size: Approximately 70” with the cascading stems.
Propagation: Clip a stem from the mother plant and place in damp soil. Keep away from direct sunlight and allow the plant to root before watering again.
Growth Habit: Trailing
Light: Partial to full sunlight
Water: Water this plant regularly during its growing season. Drench and let all the water drain from the pot. In case some leaves fall off, stop watering the succulent and simply wait until the leaves and stems start growing again. Water it less frequently during the winter season.
Zone: 10 to 12
Temperature: This succulent does well in warm dry climates with plenty of fresh air. This is frost-tender and is unable to withstand extremely low temperatures.
Fertilizer: Fertilize the succulent during the spring and summer seasons.
Tips: Blue Pickle Vine is mostly used for decorative purposes. Be careful with this plants hanging stems as they are very delicate and can break off easily.